The Master's Charity of the Year - Silent Auction

The Silent Auction in aid of the inaugural Master’s Charity of the Year is now live

We proudly announce the winner of the inaugural Master’s Charity of the Year, The Salmon Youth Centre. The aims of the organisation, voted for by Livery members, are aligned with the mission of The Distillers’ Charity to transform the lives of young people.

This Silent Auction allows you to bid for some truly fabulous experiences and all money raised will support The Salmon Youth Centre.
There are 15 great lots on which to bid, and our grateful thanks go to fellow Liverymen, friends, and supporters from the industry who have kindly donated these items to make this possible.

The Salmon Youth Centre has been reaching out to young people in Bermondsey for over a hundred years. The Centre welcomes around 500 young people between six and 25 years old each week from all backgrounds, such as care leavers, youth ex-offenders, disabled young people and other at-risk groups. Promoting positive change and supporting their transition to adulthood, the Centre’s approach is to build long-term relationships with the young people engaged through regular social interaction, aiming to inspire them to reach their potential and contribute positively to the community.
For more information visit: Salmon Youth Centre in Bermondsey

The Auction is live NOW - and remains so until 11:59pm on April 27th, after the April Dinner.

Time to get bidding and thank you for your support!

Auction terms and conditions

  1. The Master’s Charity Silent Auction (the “Auction”), which is being run by The Distillers’ Charity (charity number 1193683) (“TDC”) to raise money for the Master’s Charity of the Year, namely: The Salmon Youth Centre in Bermondsey (charity number 278979), will be open from 10am on 14th April 2023 until midnight on 27th April 2023.
  2. By entering into the Auction, you (the “Bidder”) are deemed to agree the terms and conditions set out below.
  3. In order to bid in the Auction, the Bidder must be aged 18 or over.
  4. Each item/experience being offered in the Auction is defined as a “Lot”. A Bidder may bid for more than one Lot and may make more than one bid for any individual Lot.
  5. In order for a bid to stand, the Bidder must fill out the details form on the front of the Auction brochure, including their full name, contact telephone number, postal address and card payment details.
  6. Bids must be in pounds sterling; and be received by the person running the Auction (the “Event Manager”) before the scheduled end of the Auction.
  7. Late, incomplete, defaced or corrupted bids will not be accepted.
  8. The successful bid for any one Lot being bid for will be the highest bid received by the scheduled end of the Auction. There may be more than one item available of particular Lots.
  9. The Event Manager reserves the right to accept, refuse or remove any bid in his absolute discretion.
  10. After the advertised closing time of the Auction, the Event Manager will notify the highest Bidder to confirm if their bid has been accepted.
  11. The Bidder acknowledges that, once the Event Manager has confirmed that their bid is the highest bid and that it has been accepted, they will be expected to pay for the item(s) either on the night or within 21 working days of being notified of their successful bid.
  12. Unless otherwise agreed by the Event Manager/TDC, items will not be released to the successful Bidder until payment is received in full, in cleared funds.
  13. In the event of the Event Manager/TDC being unable to contact the successful Bidder within 7 working days of the closing of the Auction, or of the payment not being received within 21 days of the successful Bidder being notified, TDC reserves the right to award the Lot to the next highest Bidder.
  14. If, for any reason, the Event Manager/TDC is unable to award a lot, then the donor of the Lot (the “Supplier”) reserves the right to withdraw the Lot from the Auction.
  15. The Supplier, the Event Manager and TDC make no representations or warranties of any kind, express or implied, about the Lot. Furthermore, neither the Supplier, the Event Manager nor TDC shall be liable for any loss or damage of whatever nature including, without limitation, indirect or consequential loss or damage, or any loss or damages whatsoever arising from entrance to the Auction or use of the Lot.
  16. In the event that the Supplier is unable to supply the experience bid for in a particular Lot, it shall be entitled to supply a substitute experience at its complete discretion. If the substituted experience costs more than the original voucher, the Bidder must pay a top up amount to meet the cost of the substituted experience.
  17. In the event that a Bidder wishes to exchange the Lot they have successfully bid for with another Lot, they may be required to pay a top up amount representing the difference between their successful bid and the replacement Lot.
  18. The successful Bidder is entitled to request a refund within 14 days of the Auction, subject to an administration fee of £35 per refund and any additional card issuer handling fees. The refund will be for the actual cost of the experience.

Payment and delivery details

All winning bids will be contacted by email which will outline the payment and subsequent delivery/redemption of your winning lot!

Items in this auction are being sold by The Distillers' Charity.
Contact name: Kim Lyons
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Bids for items in this auction are in British Pounds.

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